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Old 12-24-2015, 09:55 AM   #21
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Here is what our A-Frame looks like. It's the one with the Hardside dormer.
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Old 12-24-2015, 10:15 AM   #22
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Here is what our A-Frame looks like. It's the one with the Hardside dormer.
Cute !!!
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Old 12-27-2015, 09:45 AM   #23
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Someone called my ROCKWOOD a122s "cute".. I punched them in the mouth!

just kidding.
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Old 12-27-2015, 07:50 PM   #24
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Old 12-27-2015, 08:07 PM   #25
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Butch have you had any hard rain or winds when you camped? We have the AFrame with the dormer and the roof is a bit taller than your Aframe. We did have the HW 194 Rockwood with no leaks at all. I think our issue was because of the high winds and rain that pushed up the rain underneath the lip.
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No leaks with rain, not sure what high winds would do ! Ours has the electric lift I do have to lift up slighty on the front side for it to settle when fully upright ! i can't see any crack at all inside between the two surfaces !
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I could see where a driving rain head on to the back roof could drive water between the two sections ! Have you tried using the garden hose to check for leaks ?
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New camper roof leak

Chaviva7, this may be a stupid question, but I'll risk it. Are you sure that when you raised the roof that the entire edge of it all the way across settled into the "notch" for it? I've discovered with our A213 that the side of the roof with the actuator goes right in, but I have to give the starboard side of it a little extra push by hand to get it in the notch all the way across. If the back part of the roof is not all settled into the notch on the front roof, that would leave room for water to be blown inside. Just a thought.

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Chaviva7, this may be a stupid question, but I'll risk it. Are you sure that when you raised the roof that the entire edge of it all the way across settled into the "notch" for it? I've discovered with our A213 that the side of the roof with the actuator goes right in, but I have to give the starboard side of it a little extra push by hand to get it in the notch all the way across. If the back part of the roof is not all settled into the notch on the front roof, that would leave room for water to be blown inside. Just a thought.



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Kdot I thought about that and hubby says it was all the way up. He did note that in the roof from inside the foam rubber was a little uneven. He's not sure if it's just because it's very new or a flaw. Though the rain the day before was no problem. No leaks.
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I will admit I know nothing about these A farmes,,,
But I am guessing they must be VERY level in order to close property ???
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